National Sustainable Landuse Policy for Papua New Guinea

Sustainable Land Use Policy (SLUP) is a systematic and iterative procedure carried out in order to create an enabling environment for sustainable development (Wehrmann.B, 2011). It assess the physical, socio-economic, institutional and legal potentials and constraints with respect to an optimal and sustainable use of land resources and empowers people to make decisions about how to allocate those resources. It also implies the initiation and monitoring of measures to realize the agreed land uses and thus mapping out suitable locations for housing, industries, businesses, open spaces, parks, roads, water and sewer lines, reservoirs, hospitals, schools, water treatment plants, etc ...then zoning regulations or other devices are used to control how the land is used.

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